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Gunn

(gŭn),
Robert Marcus, British ophthalmologist, 1850-1909. See: Gunn phenomenon, Gunn dots, Gunn sign, Gunn syndrome, Marcus Gunn pupil, Gunn crossing sign, Gunn pupil.
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He then asked Gunn to send him a direct message if the director was serious, and a good neighbor.
The Gunn Report includes the Gunn 100, which lists the 100 most creative campaigns as well as the 50 best brands, agencies, agency networks and countries.
Adopting as a single parent was necessary partly because many countries are hostile to same-sex couples, but Gunn and her attorneys say the women always planned to parent jointly, even after their breakup.
New Delhi [India], October 29 ( ANI ): It seems like James Gunn has had enough of silly arguments between Marvel and DC fans.
As part of PRP, Gunn Steers will maintain its name and continue operating at its current location in the heart of Manhattan.
Mr Gunn suffered from drug addiction and had a number of convictions for burglary and robbery.
Gunn earned his Bachelor of Laws from Osgoode Hall Law School at York University in 1994.
As amazing as it was to work with Stallone, Gunn admitted that he felt intimidated by the action star.
Covering such pioneers in the field as Albert Gallatin, Peter Stephen Du Ponceau, Alexander von Humboldt, and John Heckewelder, Gunn demonstrates that "the emergence of comparative philology represents a key moment of disciplinary consolidation for the research practices of ethnology in North America in the 1810s and 1820s" (42).
Australian authorities will send Gunn, who lived in Edinburgh, back to Scotland after he pleaded guilty at Brisbane District Court yesterday.
And Sunday Mirror Sport can reveal that the Spaniard's resolve was strengthened when he saw Gunn, 20, during City's pre-season preparations.
It is by Ronald Campbell Gunn (1808-1881) and is about Tasmanian ('VDL' = Van Diemen's Land) plants.